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engraved, monoline type in Art Deco style with descending swashes

This font was used for my client's grandparents (1930s) wedding invitations, again for her parents (1982) and would like to use it for her own as well!
asked by anonymous Oct 1, 2015
edited by Stewf Oct 2, 2015

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Both pieces were printed before digital typography, which means these letters were created either by metal type or an engraver's template. I know of no digital font which is a match. Therefore, your best option is to hire a lettering artist to create a new invitation. A good letterer, armed with the samples from the previous invitations, will have no trouble reproducing the style, and the cost may be lower than you think.

answered by Stewf Expert (3,349 points) Oct 2, 2015